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Analyst - Private Equity

Location Toronto
Job Type Full Time
Description

Our client, a rapidly growing private equity firm with a global focus, is currently seeking an Analyst to join their high performing investments team. As an Analyst you will will play a key role in the execution and monitoring of new and existing investments. 

This opportunity is ideally suited to candidates with 1- 2 years of investment banking and/or private equity experience. 

Responsibilities:

  • Develop financial models to analyse investment opportunities
  • Due diligence; evaluate industry and company dynamics, valuation practices and exit environment
  • In-depth industry research and analysis, developing investment recommendations and participating in the negotiation and execution of investments
  • Assist with the monitoring of the portfolio and other firm wide initiatives

Requirements:

  • 1 plus year of experience in investment banking, private equity, or other relevant areas
  • Undergraduate degree, preferably in commerce or business administration 
  • High degree of professionalism and integrity
  • Strong research, financial modeling, problem solving, analytical and valuations skills
  • Highly effective communicator
  • Meticulous attention to detail and accuracy in work output
  • High level of proficiency in Excel and very complex financial modeling skills including M&A modeling and LBO’s, gained in a deals environment
 

Please send your resume to Stephen Kelleher.

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